Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are both campaigning in crucial Florida today as the presidential race enters its final two weeks.
Clinton will be at Broward College in Coconut Creek for an afternoon rally while Trump continues a three-day Florida swing with an appearance in Miami and rallies in Sanford and Tallahassee. Clinton will also appear at the Lake Worth campus of Palm Beach State College on Wednesday.
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Trump met with growers west of Boynton Beach on Monday and did a one-on-one interview with The Palm Beach Post before heading to St. Augustine and Tampa. Clinton’s running mate, Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine, campaigned in downtown West Palm Beach and stopped by the election supervisor’s office west of West Palm Beach.
More than 1.6 million Floridians have already voted — with 1.3 million returning mail-in ballots and 291,449 taking advantage of in-person early voting on Monday. Republicans have returned 30,982 more mail-in ballots than Democrats. But Democrats nearly erased that advantage in a single day of early voting, with 24,007 more Democrats than Republicans showing up.